In honor of Women’s History Month, I’ve gathered for our readers the stories of a few of my favorite women saints. Sadly, even though we’ve been celebrating Women’s History Month in the U.S. since 1987, the Church remains of one of the few places in our society where the contributions of women have not been […]
Gender, Calling, and Courage: Lessons from Christian Women in Academia
How can Christian women find the courage to follow the call of academia, and what does that life look like? At the Urbana 2015 conference, a panel of women in academia share insights into how they find life as Christians and women in the university setting.
Book Review: The Cross and Gendercide
This book breaks new ground in giving a theological basis in the cross of Christ for Christian advocacy and resistance against violence toward women and girls.
Week in Review: Behold the Man Edition
What are you reading, watching, thinking about this week? As usual, here’s a few which have been on our mind. Let us know your thoughts on any/all of them. If you have items you’d like us to consider for the top five, add them in the comments or send them to Tom or Mike. 1. Christine […]
How Can We Encourage Women in the Academy?
Last week, the New York Times reported that women are making gains at Harvard, five years after former Harvard President Lawrence Summers made some ill-advised remarks about women that eventually led to his resignation. NYTimes reporter Tamar Lewin describes some of the changes that Harvard has made to recruit more women faculty members, such as: […]